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My house, built in the early 50's, has the original septic system. I would really appreciate pointers on how to determine the efficacy and continued lifespan of the system, so I can budget for a new system if needed in the near future. Here are some facts. In my plat, probably 1 out of 5 of the septic

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Septic Tank Pump Out & Repair; cleaning, pumping, clean out, distribution box, drain field - Duration: 13:07. Broadfork 685,048 views

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3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom house built in the mid 1950's with a conventional septic system I believe. 2 adults in the house. Moved into house 5 years ago and seller said they had just pumped the 500 gallon tank.

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In the 1960s, precast concrete tanks became more prevalent as the standard of practice improved. Most tanks were still single compartment 750, 1,000 or 1,200-gallon tanks, usually depending on the ...

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In order to calculate the Septic tank size know about the standard length and width ratio of Septic tank. The length and width ratio of Septic tank is 4:1 or 2:1. The depth or height of Septic tank is in between 1.5m- 1.8m. So the area of Septic tank = 10.4/1.8 = 5.78m 2. Considering Length and width ratio = 4:1. Length of Septic tank = (4/5) x ...

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With ordinary use and care, a septic tank usually requires cleaning every three to five years (more if you use a sink-mounted garbage disposal unit). However, in many cases septic tanks can be operated for up to five years if properly maintained. Depending on the size of the tank and your location, plan on spending about $200 for each pumpout.

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